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    Well I aim for once a week.....I'm doing really well if I achieve that though

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    Once a week or more often if someone is sick or there is an unrecognisable stain on any of them . the girls have bunkbeds and I loathe making their beds but I still do it weekly.

    Our bed is a king so on most mornings, evenings, weekends the kids can spend hours reading or playing in our bed so the sheets get washed fairly often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollychops View Post
    Is this going to end up nasty like the "how often do u wash your towels" thread?
    Haha I remember this thread. Towels, trolleys and sheets are very important you know

    I'm just going to say that I aim for once a week if i don't quite get it done then there's always next week if I notice a mark/stain or there's an accident they get washed immediately. We all bath/shower before going to bed so they can't get that dirty...

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    Daily, in rotation otherwise I would not get everyones done.

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    Weekly unless DD spews or something.

    When you say sheets do you include the doona cover? That I do fortnightly but I'm not sure if I should do it more often. It's such a bish to get it back on the huuuuuge doona!

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    Though sometimes a little longer if it's been raining heaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Daily, in rotation otherwise I would not get everyones done.
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